09/10/2013 10:35 BST | Updated 09/10/2013 10:41 BST

Premier League 2013 TV Fixtures Announced By Sky Sports And BT Sport


The Premier League has announced its televised fixture schedule for the much-loved Christmas and New Year period.

One of the most exciting stages of the season, viewers will be able to feast on 25 live matches between 3 December and New Year's Day.

Arsenal feature mostly, with five of their matches on the box, followed by Manchester United, who will appear four times, including their New Year's Day clash with Tottenham.

Liverpool's trips to Spurs, Manchester City and Chelsea are all on telly during a daunting spell for Brendan Rodgers' side.

Arsenal-Chelsea and City-Arsenal are other stand out matches.

BT Sport will broadcast nine matches with Sky showcasing 16.

Crystal Palace v West Ham United

Tuesday 3 December, 8pm (BT Sport)

Swansea City v Newcastle United

Wednesday 4 December, 7.45pm (BT Sport)

Manchester United v Newcastle United

Saturday 7 December, 12.45pm (BT Sport)

Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday 7 December, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)

Fulham v Aston Villa

Sunday 8 December, 1.30 (Sky Sports)

Arsenal v Everton

Sunday 8 December, 4pm (Sky Sports)

Swansea City v Hull City

Monday 9 December, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Manchester City v Arsenal

Saturday 14 December, 12.45pm (BT Sport)

Hull City v Stoke City

Saturday 14 December, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)

Aston Villa v Manchester United

Sunday 15 December, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool

Sunday 15 December, 4pm (Sky Sports)

Liverpool v Cardiff City

Saturday 21 December, 12.45pm (BT Sport)

Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur

Sunday 22 December, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

Swansea City v Everton

Sunday 22 December, 4pm (Sky Sports)

Arsenal v Chelsea

Monday 23 December, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Hull City v Manchester United

Thursday 26 December, 12.45pm (Sky Sports)

West Ham United v Arsenal

Thursday 26 December, 3pm (BT Sport)

Manchester City v Liverpool

Thursday 26 December, 5.30pm (BT Sport)

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion

Saturday 28 December, 12.45pm (Sky Sports)

Cardiff City v Sunderland

Saturday 28 December, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)

Newcastle United v Arsenal

Sunday 29 December, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

Chelsea v Liverpool

Sunday 29 December, 4pm (Sky Sports)

Swansea City v Manchester City

Wednesday 1 January, 12.45pm (Sky Sports)

Southampton v Chelsea

Wednesday 1 January, 3pm (BT Sport)

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur

Wednesday 1 January, 5.30pm (BT Sport)